Mother's Day: Life as two moms
N.L. mother says, ‘My daughter did not want to die’
Mother's Day: Always a mother
Mother's Day: Special time together
Mother's Day: Running for Mom
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
All fuels prices up across Newfoundland with exception of propane
CINDY DAY: UFO sighting in Atlantic Canada?
Corner Brook's Mary 'Muffy' Power was 'wise beyond her years'
The Southern Gazette
Seventeen-year-old from Cottlesville trains with UK sea cadets in a three-week excursion
Indian River High GSA partnering with community groups on Pride Week activities
Conception Bay Museum unveils Amelia Earhart exhibit
Channel Patrol Rangers have fun while protecting Canada
SOUTHWEST COAST, N.L. - It’s a popular part-time job. Signing on with the Canadian Rangers to help protect remote, isolated and coastal regions of Canada, offers skills building, personal improvement, civic pride, as well as social ...
Lt.-Gov. Judy Foote visits Royal Newfoundland Constabulary detachment in Corner Brook to celebrate Police Week
Lt.-Gov. Judy Foote, right, visited the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary detachment in Corner Brook to celebrate Police Week Wednesday. Here, she greets Capt. Trent Sharpe, who is in charge of the Corner Brook Detention Centre located at the police ...
St. Lawrence group raises funds for mental health
ST. LAWRENCE, N.L. — Members of the Sunshine Friends Wellness Group in St. Lawrence put their best foot forward ...
Awarded for a career of dedication in Grand Falls-Windsor
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. — Keith Antle is in the business of inspiring others. The director of Parks and Recreation for the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor has worked in several roles during his 27 years with the department, including ...
Marystown students take part in water walk
MARYSTOWN, NL— In an effort to raise awareness about the struggles faced by women in Kenya just to provide water for the homes, Marystown ...
Baie Verte resident excited to hear discussions around a community garden
BAIE VERTE — The idea of a community garden in Baie Verte has Barbara Forward excited, and she believes there are many in the community feeling the same way. Council is exploring funding options for the community garden. While it is early in ...
Ava's legacy: Port aux Basques child who died of Batten disease remembered for friendship and courage
PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L. - Last August, at only five years old, Ava Short-Gaudet lost her battle with Batten disease. The nervous system disorder, which typically manifests in young children, is always fatal. Her mother, Brittany Gaudet, hopes ...
Springdale man sparks cleanup with offer of donation
SPRINGDALE, N.L. — Mike Critch is saddened and frustrated with the amount of litter in the east end area of Springdale, so he decided to do something about it. He posted to social media a $250 donation to a charity group willing to clean up ...
Irishtown-Summerside fisherman's video captures a seal eating cod
Reg MacDonald got up close and personal with a seal eating dinner this week while lobster fishing. The Irishtown-Summerside man's cellphone video captures a seal eating a dead cod in the Bay of Islands on Monday. ...
Northern Peninsula well represented on MNL board
GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA, N.L. – The Great Northern Peninsula has strong representation on the Municipalities of NL (MNL) board of directors. Among the 11 individuals on the board, three of them come from the Great Northern Peninsula ...